Alright, this is a pneumatic screen and storm door closer. The Purging Lutheran, while doing my due diligence to ensure the infallibility of my posts, uncovered three meanings for the word ‘pneumatic’. It’s a Greek word which, broken down, means ‘breath’ and/or ‘wind’. Looky here
Following are are three definitions but be forewarned that #3 is a very hooptie-doo. Be very careful reading it so draw your curtains, turn down your police scanner and hide your children.
Definition of pneumatic
Are you alright? Okay, now I’m going to add a fourth definition:
a device which allows your cat to get out of the house
If your outer door has a pneumatic screen and door closer AND you own a cat you know ‘zackly what I’m tokkin ‘bout. Yeah, so I through this away.
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